You’ve heard of 20/20 vision, but what about 720 vision?
The American Medical Association, in partnership with professional skateboarder and rallycross driver Bucky Lasek, has announced today that they have began testing their new Lasek surgery on a group of randomly selected civilians.
“It’s too early to tell for sure, but things are looking pretty rad for the recipients of this very experimental and very extreme surgery,” said James Madara, CEO of the AMA. Adding, “One of the patients landed a tre-flip minutes after leaving the operating room, despite never having been on a skateboard before.”
We were lucky enough to speak to one of the recipients of Bucky Lasek surgery, Brian McFallie, a 25 year old programmer from Darien, Connecticut: “I feel like a different person. I’ve never had any interest in extreme sports, but now it’s all I can think about. As soon as I got back to my car after the first round of testing, I immediately did 3 donuts in the parking lot and then sped off to my destination. Pretty sick, but still out of the ordinary for me.”
Wow. If Bucky Lasek surgery is really as good as these reports are making it seem, you can sign us up.
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